List of Pokémon by height

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Heights redirects here. For the location in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, see Dolce Island.

Some Pokémon measured by height

This is a list of Pokémon by their height (Japanese: height), from the shortest (0'04"/0.1 m) to the longest/tallest (65'07"/20.0 m).

Game mechanics affected by height

Height affects the following game mechanics. In the list, United States customary values are shown first, followed by metric values.

In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, the player can filter Pokémon according to their height. The following options are available:

Option Height range
Small 0.5m (1'08") or smaller
Normal size From 1.0m to 1.9m (from 3'03" to 6'03")
Quite big 1.6m (5'03") or larger, that aren't gigantic Pokémon*
Surprisingly big! N/A; picks gigantic Pokémon*

List of Pokémon by height

0'00" - 0'08" (0.0 m - 0.2 m)

Pokémon 0'08" (0.2 m) or shorter can be shown daily to a Youngster in Accumula Town in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 as well as a man in Laverre City in Pokémon X and Y to receive a Poké Doll.

1'00" - 1'08" (0.3 m - 0.5 m)

2'00" - 2'11" (0.6 m - 0.9 m)

Pokémon 2'07" (0.8 m) or taller are not eligible to compete in Pokémon Jump.

3'03" - 3'11" (1.0 m - 1.2 m)

4'03" - 4'11" (1.3 m - 1.5 m)


5'03" - 5'11" (1.6 m - 1.8 m)

6'03" - 6'11" (1.9 m - 2.1 m)

Pokémon taller than 6'07" (2.0 m) are not eligible to compete in the Fancy Cup or Petit Cup.

7'03" - 7'10" (2.2 m - 2.4 m)

8'02" - 8'10" (2.5 m - 2.7 m)

Pokémon 8'06" (2.6 m) or taller are not able to walk outside their Poké Ball indoors in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. Exceptions are usually made for Pokémon with serpentine bodies, but Rayquaza and Steelix cannot walk outside their Poké Ball indoors.

8'06"
2.6 m

Vikavolt

Vikavolt
Totem-sized

9'02" - 9'10" (2.8 m - 3.0 m)

9'02"
2.8 m

Zacian

Zacian
Hero of Many Battles

Zacian

Zacian
Crowned Sword
9'06"
2.9 m

Zamazenta

Zamazenta
Hero of Many Battles

Zamazenta

Zamazenta
Crowned Shield

Pokémon 9'10" (3.0 m) or taller can be shown daily to a girl in Laverre City in Pokémon X and Y to receive a Poké Doll.

10'02" - 10'10" (3.1 m - 3.3 m)

10'02"
3.1 m

Araquanid

Araquanid
Totem-sized
10'10"
3.3 m

11'02" - 11'10" (3.4 m - 3.6 m)

11'02"
3.4 m
11'06"
3.5 m
11'10"
3.6 m

12'02" - 12'10" (3.7 m - 3.9 m)

12'02"
3.7 m
12'06"
3.8 m
12'10"
3.9 m

13'01" - 13'09" (4.0 m - 4.2 m)

13'01"
4.0 m
13'09"
4.2 m

Necrozma

Necrozma
Dawn Wings

14'09" (4.5 m)

14'09"
4.5 m

Giratina

Giratina
Altered Forme

Zygarde

Zygarde
Complete Forme

Dudunsparce

Dudunsparce
Three-Segment Form

16'05" (5.0 m)

Pokémon 16'05" (5.0 m) or taller can be shown daily to a Lass in Accumula Town in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 to receive a Fluffy Tail.

16'05"
5.0 m

17'01" - 17'09" (5.2 m - 5.4 m)

17'01"
5.2 m
17'09"
5.4 m

18'01" (5.5 m)

18'01"
5.5 m

19'00" (5.8 m)

19'00"
5.8 m

20'00" - 20'08" (6.1 m - 6.3 m)

20'04"
6.2 m
20'08"
6.3 m

Palkia

Palkia
Origin Forme

21'04" (6.5 m)

22'08" (6.9 m)

22'08"
6.9 m

Giratina

Giratina
Origin Forme

23'00" (7.0 m)

23'00"
7.0 m

Dialga

Dialga
Origin Forme

24'07" (7.5 m)

24'07"
7.5 m

26'11" (8.2 m)

26'11"
8.2 m

Wishiwashi

Wishiwashi
School Form

28'10" (8.8 m)

28'10"
8.8 m

30'02" (9.2 m)

30'02"
9.2 m

32'02" (9.8 m)

32'02"
9.8 m

34'05" (10.5 m)

34'05"
10.5 m

35'05" (10.8 m)

35'05"
10.8 m

35'09" (10.9 m)

35'09"
10.9 m

39'04" (12.0 m)

39'04"
12.0 m

47'07" (14.5 m)

47'07"
14.5 m

65'07" (20.0 m)

65'07"
20.0 m

328'01" (100.0 m)

328'01"
100.0 m

List of Gigantamax Pokémon by height

The exact height of Gigantamax Pokémon isn't known, so the Pokédex lists only estimated values.

Pokémon Height
Corviknight Corviknight 45'11"+ 14.0+ m
Orbeetle Orbeetle 45'11"+ 14.0+ m
Butterfree Butterfree 55'09"+ 17.0+ m
Eevee Eevee 59'01"+ 18.0+ m
Kingler Kingler 62'04"+ 19.0+ m
Gengar Gengar 65'07"+ 20.0+ m
Pikachu Pikachu 68'11"+ 21.0+ m
Garbodor Garbodor 68'11"+ 21.0+ m
Sandaconda Sandaconda 72'02"+ 22.0+ m
Copperajah Copperajah 75'06"+ 23.0+ m
Lapras Lapras 78'09"+ 24.0+ m
Drednaw Drednaw 78'09"+ 24.0+ m
Flapple Flapple 78'09"+ 24.0+ m
Appletun Appletun 78'09"+ 24.0+ m
Toxtricity Toxtricity 78'09"+ 24.0+ m
Venusaur Venusaur 78'09"+ 24.0+ m
Machamp Machamp 82'00"+ 25.0+ m
Melmetal Melmetal 82'00"+ 25.0+ m
Blastoise Blastoise 82'00"+ 25.0+ m
Hatterene Hatterene 85'04"+ 26.0+ m
Urshifu Urshifu 85'04"+ 26.0+ m
Cinderace Cinderace 88'07"+ 27.0+ m
Charizard Charizard 91'10"+ 28.0+ m
Rillaboom Rillaboom 91'10"+ 28.0+ m
Urshifu Urshifu 95'02"+ 29.0+ m
Alcremie Alcremie 98'05"+ 30.0+ m
Grimmsnarl Grimmsnarl 105'00"+ 32.0+ m
Meowth Meowth 108'03"+ 33.0+ m
Snorlax Snorlax 114'10"+ 35.0+ m
Inteleon Inteleon 131'03"+ 40.0+ m
Coalossal Coalossal 137'10"+ 42.0+ m
Duraludon Duraludon 141'01"+ 43.0+ m
Centiskorch Centiskorch 246'01"+ 75.0+ m

Trivia

  • In an interview with Nintendo of Europe Shigeru Ohmori states that a Rayquaza stretched all the way out might be taller than an Alolan Exeggutor.[1]
  • Pokémon HOME displays all of Rotom's forms at different heights in the height comparison feature, despite all of the forms being at at the same height of 1'00" (0.3 m).
    • The height of a Rotom and its forms in Pokémon Legends: Arceus are based on their average height, showing the height listed in their summary, as opposed to the normal sizes of the appliances like in Pokémon HOME's size comparison feature.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 身高 Sāngōu
Mandarin 身高 Shēngāo
Denmark Flag.png Danish Højde
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Hoogte
Finland Flag.png Finnish Pituus
France Flag.png French Taille
Germany Flag.png German Größe
India Flag.png Hindi ऊँचाई Oonchaee
Indonesia Flag.png Indonesian Tinggi
Italy Flag.png Italian Altezza
South Korea Flag.png Korean Ki
Malaysia Flag.png Malaysian Tinggi
Norway Flag.png Norwegian Høyde
Poland Flag.png Polish Wysokość
Portugal Flag.png Portuguese Altura
Russia Flag.png Russian Рост Rost
Spain Flag.png Spanish Altura
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Höjd
Thailand Flag.png Thai ส่วนสูง Suansung
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Chiều cao


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